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To expand our footprint from McGill to the world

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To understand and to translate regenerative medicine biology

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To develop and implement MRM clinical pipelines

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To foster the next generation of transdisciplinary RM HQP

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To develop actions in ethical, legal and social implications of RM research

About us

The McGill Regenerative Medicine Network (MRM Network) is committed to creating a research network that tackles research priorities leading to the advancement of scientific knowledge in the field of stem cells and regenerative medicine at McGill University and beyond. The MRM also facilitates the translation of new discoveries into clinical practice, trains a new generation of regenerative medicine investigators and aims to address societal and ethical issues associated with the use of these technologies. The MRM Network strives to promote strong transdisciplinary connections between fundamental and clinical research at McGill University.

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Latest news

Special Awards for the 2020 Till & McCulloch Meeting

The MRM Network is pleased to partner again with the Stem Cell Network to sponsor…


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MRM Insights: Ethical conduct of pay-to-participate trials

Every month, in MRM Insights, a member of the MRM Network is writing about stem…


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At the heart of precision medicine

New translational collaboration aims to transform approach to heart muscle disease To truly personalize medicine,…


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Interdisciplinary Consortium Receives Grant to Develop Next-Generation Cell-Based Cancer Vaccines

Saint-Gobain Life Sciences and Kanyr Pharma partner with clinical experts at the Research Institute of…


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Tribute to Charles Leblond

Nearly 70 years ago, Professor Charles Leblond led McGill in regenerative medicine with the first report of mammalian stem cells. Since this 1954 discovery, the regenerative medicine field has advanced remarkably with an expectation that regenerative medicine research and applications are predicted to reach $100 billion worldwide in the next quarter century.

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Photo Contest

Congratulations to Dr. Hovy Wong from Dr. Jesper Sjöström’s Laboratory who is the winner of the 2019 MRM Photo Contest with his picture entitled “Harnessing presynaptic translational control to correct synaptic transmission #2”.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the contest and contributed to its success. Special thanks to the members of the Prizes and Awards Committee, who took the time to analyse and evaluate each picture submitted.

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